martes, 30 de agosto de 2016

Long-distance caregivers—find ways to get support

e-Update from the Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center, a service of the National Institute on Aging at N I H
Many people find themselves caring for a person with Alzheimer’s or dementia from far away. This task can feel especially frustrating as Alzheimer’s progresses and makes it harder to communicate. Here are some ways to find support and manage your stress:

  • Join a caregiver support group in your community or online.
  • Check out the Eldercare Locator—a federal service that connects older adults and their caregivers with information on senior services.
  • Take care of yourself by exercising, eating well, and getting enough sleep.
Learn more about long-distance caregiving—getting started, things you can do from far away, and finding local help.
Share this information with caregivers in your life!
Twitter: Long-distance #caregivers need help, too! Join a support group, take care of yourself, & check out @eldercareloc.
Facebook: Long-distance caregivers need a good support system. Cultivate your own by finding a support group, taking care of yourself, and looking into places like the Eldercare Locator for resources. Learn more about long-distance caregiving:

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